A VA hearing aide will be able to test her hearing aids to see if they are working.
She will be a part of the VA’s pilot program for the hearing aids they use for the VA.
The VA says it wants to get more people to use them.
This is one of many pilot projects for hearing aids that the VA is doing.
We’ll keep you updated on the pilot projects as they are rolled out.
The hearing aids are supposed to work by monitoring sound waves in your ears.
They are also supposed to be a very accurate way to measure hearing loss.
They will test out for several months to see how well they can handle hearing loss that comes from the trauma of hearing loss, which is caused by damage to the inner ear, the inner lining of the skull.
Read more about VA’s hearing aids: VA pilot program to test hearing aids for trauma Read more about hearing aids at: VA hearing aids program: https://www.va.gov/public/va-hearing-aids-program
Trump will appear before the Senate Health Committee on Tuesday to testify on the American Health Care Act, the Republican president’s health-care bill.
Trump’s announcement came on the heels of the White House announcing the release of the bill’s House version on Thursday.
The House bill would roll back Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood, and allow insurers to deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions.
“President Trump is committed to working with the Senate to repeal the disastrous AHCA,” the White Hill tweeted.
Trump is also expected to speak with members of the House Republican Conference on Tuesday morning, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at a press briefing.
“The president believes that the bill will be good for our country and he will continue to be involved in the process.”
The bill would leave the ACA’s insurance subsidies at current levels and would dramatically cut the federal Medicaid program.
But it would also dramatically raise premiums for millions of Americans and would cut funding for the program for low-income people.
It also would eliminate coverage for pre- and moderate-income Americans, who currently make up the bulk of those eligible for the subsidies.
Trump said in February that he would sign the bill if it were passed.
The president’s signature on the bill would allow Trump to move forward with his signature on tax reform.
The Senate is expected to approve the House version of the legislation on Monday.